Naan bread is such an easy tool for throwing together an awesomely quick and delicious dinner! I usually keep a package of naan in the freezer or I whip up a fresh batch (recipe here), that way I can just take them out whenever the mood strikes, or when we don’t have much time to throw together dinner. For this flatbread, I paired asparagus, delicious herbs, and creamy goat cheese. These Herbed Asparagus & Goat Cheese flatbreads turned out amazing.
It took less than 20 minutes to whip these up, and way less time to eat them! I love using asparagus now that it’s coming back into season, and for this recipe a little goes a long way. I use a vegetable peeler to peel thin slices of asparagus, but you could also just finely slice them with a knife. I usually leave the spears whole, because if you slice those, they kind of crumble apart. After rubbing a little olive oil on the top of the naan, I sprinkled it with various herbs – thyme, basil, parsley, and oregano, and then rubbed them around with my fingers. After that all you do is top with a pile of asparagus slices (use a lot, it cooks down), dot goat cheese around, and then top off with a few cracks of pepper and salt.
Pop it in the oven for 10 minutes, and then remove and eat it up immediately. The recipe I am sharing is for 2 breads, but you could easily double it for 4 breads.
Don’t like goat cheese? Use feta or brie instead – yum!
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